Wanda C. Hord

October 17, 1935 ‒ July 23, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Wanda C. Hord, age 84, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed away on Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the Newark Care and Rehabilitation.  She was born on October 17, 1935 in Columbus, Ohio the daughter of Jacob and Esther (Noble) Craig.  Wanda served as a girl scout leader for over 25 years and was a member of the Women of the Moose in Florida.  She enjoyed camping and was an artist, working primarily with ceramics and paintings.

She is survived by her children; Kristine (Larry Kidd) Boyd of Martinsburg, David (Karla) Hord of Virginia Beach, Virginia and Nicole Hord of Baltimore, Maryland; six grandchildren; three great grandchildren; a brother, Noble Craig of Alachua, Florida and many nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents she was preceded in death by a sister, Carolyn Davis.

In following with Wanda’s wishes there will be no calling hours or funeral.  The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Wanda C. Hord.

Memorial contributions in Wanda’s name may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

 

    • Niki, I am so sorry for your and your family’s great loss. May your Mom Rest In Peace and May God’s comfort and peace be with all of you. Love, Pat Cowley

  • We are so very sorry for your loss, and we are sending our love and sympathy to you all. We have such good memories of her kindness and good humor.
    With best wishes for peace and comfort,
    Melanie, Mike, & family

  • I am so sorry for your loss. She was the funniest person! She was always cool with me, She will be missed I love you all ❤️😘

  • To one of the greatest sweetest aunt you cant not b replace or forgotten alway remember playing cards laughing and seeing u smile I will miss u but someday I’ll see u again

  • We are so very sorry for your loss. We have wonderful and lasting memories of her as a neighbor and the many camping experiences. She was always laughing and spoke well of everyone. She was so very proud and loving of her children and next the grandchildren. I received a letter from her just a few months ago. I was so pleased and saved it. She will be missed by many. May she rest in peace

  • Wanda was my sister. She was a caring individual. Even though we lived a great physical distance from each other we always enjoyed our telephone conversations and the news we could share.

  • I loved aunt Wanda. I visited her several times in Mt Vernon. I am grateful to Kris for finding such a nice apt. and taking such good care of her. As she experienced setbacks, Kris stayed close and was such a steady and calming presence for Wanda. It wasn’t easy to watch her decline in the last year, but I could tell Kris was making the best choices she could for her mom. Being a daughter at the end is so very hard and I appreciate all Kris did.

  • Niki, I have a lot of fond memories of sitting around your kitchen table chatting with you and your mom when we were in high school. She was very generous, always quick to laugh, full of love and concern, and it was obvious the bond you had with her even as a teen. Her loss must be unfathomable.

    My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  • So sorry but I guess he needed more Angel’s and he got a great one.casey was very fond of her.and loved her.nickki ,kris , david keep ur head up shes ok now

  • Hi Niki, it’s been decades but I remember your mom as being funny, kind, and (perhaps most importantly for us) tolerant of the foolishness of the youth invading her home for Open House. I’m glad you had so much time with her in your life and that I got to meet her even briefly. – Chris